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Justin KohlheppSubject: Changing default XSLT processor for scenarios
Author: Justin Kohlhepp
Date: 18 Apr 2007 09:52 AM
Hello,

I'm working on my first project with Stylus Studio, and I've found the XSLT debugger and scenarios to be very helpful in doing quick testing and debugging. However, I've already been bitten a couple times by the scenario choosing the built-in processor when you create a new scenario.

The final destination for the XSLTs I'm developing is .NET 1.1, and so I'm supposed to be testing with the .NET XslTransform processor. I see how to change it for a given scenario, but is there any global setting that allows me to make that the default for new scenarios?

Thanks,

~ Justin

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Alberto MassariSubject: Changing default XSLT processor for scenarios
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 18 Apr 2007 12:14 PM
Hi Justin,
in order to change the default processor you need to go to the Tools | Options menu, select the Module Settings -> XSLT Editor -> Processor Setting option page, select the .NET processor from the combo box, check the 'Use as default processor' check box and click OK.

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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